World Film Premiere - Do The Math: 350.org Climate Action
You are invited to the free world premiere of the film "Do the Math" from 350.org. Watch the 42-minute video filmed "from the streets of DC to the tar sands of Canada." It's a fast-paced story explaining the new math of climate change.
The film will immediately be followed by a live-streamed video discussion with climate leaders with groups around the country and around the world.
To find a screening near you, visit: http://350.org/math
In West Michigan? Join Local Future on Sunday, April 21, 6:45 PM Thornapple Township Hall 260 E Main St, Middleville MI 49333 for the free screening and lively discussion.
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Plan to arrive early to meet people who share your interests in climate change. The Thornapple Township Hall is located 600 feet east of the Thornapple River, on the south-east corner of Main Street and High Street.
Please join us, join a local screening, bring a friend, and spread the word!
Exclusive! - Daniel Quinn, Author of Ishmael
This is a Local Future exclusive!
Award winning author Daniel Quinn discusses how to save the world with in an exclusive, uncut, one-hour high-definition interview.
Quinn is best selling author of Ishmael, Providence, The Story of B, and Beyond Civilization. In 1990, Ted Turner offered a $500,000 prize for the best unpublished novel offering positive solutions to global problems. Quinn submitted Ishmael, which was selected as the grand prize winner, by a panel of distinguished authors, out of 2500 entries.
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Aaron Wissner, teacher, Concerns on Fracking
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